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RT. REV. THOMAS MARSH CLARK.
OLDEST EPISCOPAL BISHOP. IS DEAD GEORGIA EDITOR SPEAKS IN ADVOCACY OF THE SEGREGATION OF THE NEGRO Missouri Doings Y. M. C. A. WILL AID STUDENTS. Employment Bureau Organlied Which Insures Work to Applicant. Columbia, Mo.: The Young Men's Christian Association of Missouri Uni versity has completed all arrange inents for a student employment bu reau, to be opened with tha opening of school. September ft. which will give work to applicants at 15 cents per hour. This Is S cents more than the amount given In any previous year and will solve the prnhlem of an education for hundreds of students during the summer, letters have been received here as to employment for students wishing to work their way through school, and the managers of the bu reau are making unusual efforts to ac commodate the applicants. The last general assembly appropri ated $5000 to aid the bureau for the next two years. $2,ri00 to be used an nually. It Is estimated that at leant 60 per rent of the students get through school partly through their own ef forts, and many depend entirely upon employment. It was officially an nounced at the bureau Suturday that the rates per hour will bo rained from 10 cents to lu cents, and Ibis will en able Indigent students to make enough money to pay expenses and board at the club by only a few hours' work daily, before or after the regular school hours. Much of the work will be done at the state agricultural farm and on the horticultural ground, which afford dully employment to hundreds during both the fall anil winter term. The erection of two buildings at the uni versity and other improvements in Co lumbia has created a demand for work ers of all kind, never before equaled here. RETURNS AFTER FORTY YEARS. Columbus Hickam Was Mourned as Dead by Family. Columbia, Mo.: After an absence of forty years Columbus Ilickutii has re turned to hi old homo in lloonn Coun ty and entered suit for a share of his father's estate of S'io.ono, which was divided fifteen yearn ago, when the only son was thought to be dead. Forty years ago he left Boone Coun ty and only once In that tine- did his relatives receive news of him. Sev enteen years ago they beard that be had been killed In a sandstorm In Texas. A short titno after that his father (lied and us the Kin was supposed to be dead, th entire estate, amounting to $t'.0.ooo, was turned over to his sis ter. Mrs. l.afe Hume. The returned wanderer, during his long absence, ha visited all the States In the Vnlon and many foreign coun tries. He Is now old and feeble, but was recognized by' many of his former companions. Ho is making his home with his uncle. Thus. Hickam, near Roche port. Missouri Confederate Reunion. Columbia, Mo: The programme for the seventh annual reunion of Confed erate veterans of Missionrl, to be held In C'llntiiUa September 21. 2.1 ami 2ii. lias been announced. On Thursday uf ternoou the meeting will be eulled to order by lien Elijah Utiles. The rou Hue business of the organl.ation will bo nili tided to before adjournment that afternoon. The grand paiade ami review will occur Friday morning at In o'clock, after which there will lie a march to the fair grounds, where din ner will be served. At 2 In the even ing an address will he delivered ul the university by Senator F. M. Cockrell. At 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon Hon. M. !!. Itenton will speak at the tinker elly auditorium. Files Suit for Damages. Sediilia. Mo.: Ij. t) Swnrncr of Tip Ion, Mo, Saturday brought suit for $1.2'iO damages In the I'ettis County Circuit Court against Thomas W. Hast of this city, who awarded the privi leges at the recent State Fair. The plaintiff ullcgi-s that he paid 2T for the privilege of conducting a general stand on the Fair (iromnls. hut after running the business until Friday of fair week he was compelled to close, and wa forcibly ejected from the grounds without provocation. Missouri Nearly Completed. Washington, I). C: No date has yet been fixed for the battleship Missouri to go Into commission. She is about 97 per cent complete, and the officers at the Hureau of Construction are of the opinion that she will not go Into commission before IVcomhcr. The Missouri's turrets are being over hauled and she will bo the first ship to have the advantage of a specially designed turret . by which great Ktrength ami stability are secured. Jeweler Inherits 0.000.000. Jnplin. Mo.: Frauk Mersman. a Jew eler of Webb City, lias received news from (lermany that be has fallen heir to an estate valuer, at $"1,000,000 Mers man's uncle dUd about eighteen months ago at Brenen, leaving his en tire estate to bis nephew. Mr. Mers man will leave September 12 for tier iany to claim his fortune. The for tune is a complete surprise to him, as he was not aware bis uncle had amassed such a large fortune since he left (lermany some ten years ago. He Is a bard-working Jeweler Kills Daughter and Herself. Springfield. Mo.: About 8 o'clock Saturday morning Mrs. Anna Bellew hot and killed her stepdaughter Miss Stella, at tbelr home la Springfield, using a revolver which she purchased few days ago at a hardware sto-e here, and then turned the same pistol with fatal effect upon herself. The coroner's Inquest failed to develop any - evidence of trouble In the family, but a letter seems to Indicate that the . murder waa In revenue of real or fan- ' pled" wrongs. I FIND CHURCH'S BLOODY SUIT. Searching Party Discovers Discarded Apparel Hidden in Cornfield. Warrenton, Mo.: Practically all doubt as to the guilt of William E. Church, secured murderer of his fos ter parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Ycater, waa wiped out by the finding of the blood-stained clothing of young Church. A searching party found a pair of pants and a pair of shoes belonging to Church and badly blood-stained In a cornfield about a half mile southwest of the Yeater home. These pieces of bis wearing apparel, together with the note to the rural mail carrier. In which the latter was requested to "please report," are blood stained, and are considered most convincing evi dence that Church committed the brutal murder. Church has been traced to Case, a station on tho Missouri, Kansas and Texas railroad In the southwest cor ner of this county, where It Is known he boarded an east bound train last Monday At Case he went to a cornfield, where he changed the light suit of clothes he wore for a dark woolen suit and his black slouch bat for a dark blue cloth cap. D. O. C. Chapter Organized. Columbia. Mo.: A local chapter of fhtughtcrs f the Confederacy was or ganized In Columbia Saturday with a membership of thirty. The following officers were elected: President, Mrs. Annie Huhhel Johnson; first vice pres ident, Mrs i'rlscllla A. Allen; second vlco president. Mrs. Annie Stephens Smith; recording secretary, Miss F.s telle Watson; corresponding secreta ry, Mrs. Mz7le .dfon Morris; treas urer, Mrs. Kllzabeth Parker Bradford ; historian, Mrs. Annie J'ntton Scott Mrs. Clarn Ward Wllsi n. of Kansas City, director nf the Davis Memorial Association, assisted In the organiza tion. Find Murdered Officer's Body, Richmond, Mo.: Saturday night the rluat lug body of a man was removed from the Missouri river near Floyd. The body was garbed in police uni form, wearing a star of special police. The corpse had been In the water sev eral days. The man was 6 feet tall and wore a mustache. The one mark for identification is the. left arm off above the wrist. The Indications point to murder, as the skull was crushed In three places. Every document that might lead to locating his residence had been removed from his inickets. The remains were buried within a hundred feet of the river. Dockery Grants Sick Pardons. Jefferson City. Mo.: Governor Ikick ery has granted rtck pardons to Oliver Snmlers, sent to the Penitentiary from Callaway County fur attempted Jail breaking, to serve two years from August io, iflo;i, and to James Camp bell, a negro, sent up fur thirteen years from Howell County for murder lu the second degree. Both on have con sumption and the pardons were recom mended by the prison physician. Barnes Secures a Change of Venue. Mexico, Mo.: The motion for a change of venue in the cne of the State vs. Clarence A. Barnes, who killed Representative Rhode Clay In n street battle with revolvers In this city In 11102. and who I charged with mur der In the second degree, wa granted Friday by Judge Nat M. Shelton ot Macon, the case being sent to Troy. Lincoln county, for trial The trial was set fur Monday, October lit. Judge Ferries Still in Offics. Jefferson City. Mo.: tlov. Dockery has received n letter from Circuit Judge Franklin Ferris of SI. Ixiuis but did not contain the Judge's reslg nation, which was suid to have been tendered to the governor a week or two ago. Judge Ferrlss will send in hi resignation, according to this let ler, some time In October. Agee Requisition Honored. Jefferson City. Mo.: Governor Dock ery ha honored a requisition issued by the Governor of Colorado for the r.'tnrn of A. 1). Agee, wanted in Mon trose, Colo., on the charge of hetriiyal Agee is out on bond In Kansas City. A hard fight has been made to prevent the Colorado authorities from seetir Ing the papers for his return Louis Von Gremp Dies. Dixon, Mo.: Weils von Gremp. one of Maries county's oldest and most highly respected citizens, died at his home near Vienna Saturday night. He was the father of Uirtor H. .1. von Gremp. of No. 1:137 Old Manchester road, St. Ixinls, and Doctor W. A. von Gremp. of Iberia, Mo. Killed In Elevator Shaft. St. Joseph. Mo.: Edward Spalsbury, manager of the tinware department of the Wyeih Manufacturing Company, was caught, in an elevator shaft last week and so badly injured that he died a few hours later. Marshall Suffers Disastrous Blaze. Marshall, Mo : Marshall suffered a fire which destroyed about $:tn,non worth of property Saturday morning. The blaze Is supposed to have been caused by lightning. The file started In O'Uunnon t Smith's livery stable Kincald Tate. Rowling Green. Mo.: Dr. J. J. Kin cable, a physician of this city, was married here Saturday to Miss Rosalie Rusnell Tate, daughter of President Tate of the North Missouri College at Salisbury. Asylum Officers Re Elected. Nevada, Mo.: At asylum No 3 old officers were reelected, as follows: First assistant physician, Dr. C. II Siuieoe; second assistant physician. Dr. J. N. Angle; steward. Joseph Harper. RL R.v Thomas Marsh Clark, bishop of Rhode Island, and by virtue of his seniority presiding lilt-hop of the Episcopal church In this country, as well as the oldest bishop In the Anglican communion. If not In the world, died suddenly at his home In Mlddletown, It. I. Bishop Clark had been In tho episcopate nearly fifty years. He was a remarkable preach er. On tme occasion he preached for Rev. Dr. Washburn of Cavalry church, New York. A stranger was deeply Impressed, and going out of the church he asked the sexton the name of the preacher. The sexton said "Rlsh op Clark, sir. The stranger under stood him to say "Clarkson." He looked into the church almanac and found that Robert 11. Clarkson was missionary bishop of Nebraska and GET EVEN WITH BLACKMAILER. Swains Band Together to Punish Man Who Annoyed Them. Summer lovemaking has been haz ardous hereabouts during the closing days of the season, says a dispatch from North Bergen, N. J. Frequent ly couples strolling In the moonlight would be confronted by a man, cry ing: "I've caught you! KisRing, ch?" Or: "Take your arm from that girl's waist. That's disorderly conduct. 1 arrest you!'' Then the man would display a badge and prey on the young woman's fears by describing the horrors of the sta tion house and picturing the shame of the publication of her name in the newspapers. Always the fellow de manded money to release those whom iio pretended to arrest, and usually he got It. Ijist night several young men band ed together to punish the pseudo po liceman. John Ring, disguised In his sister's dress, basked in the sunlight of Peter Sheehan's smiles, while tha pair strolled along Hudson boulevard. Suddenly In tbelr path appeared a man who proved to be John Carney. "SKMning! Hugging! Actually hugging!" exclaimed Carney. "I ar rest yon!" "Oh. my! What will mommer say?" cried Ring, as shrilly as he could. This wss the signal to two husky companions close at hand. Tho four fell on Carney and thrashed him with in an Inch of his life. Nor did Ring's dress hamper his blows. Carney bad his assailants arrested. Tbelr pun ishment will be light. Cost of His Nomination. Chief Justice Sullivan of the Ne braska supreme court sometimes takes occasion to make expression of his keen sense of humor, as may be seen In the statement oi hi nomination ex pense, filed the other day in the of fice of tho secretary of state. The following, written In the flowing hand ol the chief Justice, tells the story of what It cost to get the nomination: "Authorized local committee to call on me, if necessary, for $25 to help de fray the expenses of the convention. "Ibey have not yet called on me. but 1 am apprehensive." Chicago Chron icle. Few Survivors of Lake Wreck. Only five survivors of the wreck of the steamer lady Elgin, that wss lost In Ijike Michigan In IS61, were pres. ent at the reunion held In Milwaukee recently. They were: John J. Crtl ley, William Dever, Charles Reverting. Albert Docbert and John H. Murray. Over 5e0 lives were lost in the dis aster, nearly all of tbem residents of Milwaukee. Successful Colored Evangelist. William Henry Parker, a colored Philadelphia 'longshoreman, better known as "Diamond Dick." spends all his leisure time In evangelistic work among men of his own class, and Is ac complishing much good. He is said to be singularly eloquent aud forceful as an exhorter. Confident of Long Pastorate. Rev. Dr. P. S. Henson, formerly a leading clergyman In Chlrago, settles the rumor that he will accept tho pas torate of Tremont Temple, Boston, by saying: "1 was twenty years in Phila delphia, twenty years in Chicago and I am going to stay twenty years lu lirouMyn." Dakota. He said: "If such a man as that is missionary bishop In the north west 1 will send him my check for $1,000 to help him In his work." For some time after, whenever these bishops met. Bishop Clark would say playfully to Bishop Clarkson: "Dis gorge." Bishop Clark's mother was a descendant of Rev. John Wheel wright, a graduate of Cambridge uni versity, England, who was an early minister In the Massachusetts colony, and who was banished twice from Bos ton for ireresy. Bishop Clark van a graduate ot Yale college. He receiv ed the degree of D. D. from Vnlon college, S. T. D. from Brown univer sity, Providence, K. I., and 1.1 .. D. from Cambridge university. England. He was the moving spirit in the work of the sanitary commission during the civil war. OLD WHALING CAPTAIN DEAD. After Life Filled with Adventure, Meets End on Land. Capt. William Henry Hall, an old time New Bedford whaler, with an ad venturous career. Is dead. Capt. Hall was born t Oyster Bay, L. I., seventy-two years ago, and took to the life of a sailor when a youth. He rose from a man before the mast to tho command of a whaling vessel, putting oin from New Bedford, and his adventures In tho years he fol lowed the sea covered all quarters of the globe, facing death a score of times. As a whaler ho penetrated far Into the arctic regions, and a the commander of merchant ships sailed four times around the world. He was once cast among cannibals in the South Pacific, but escaped death by winning their friendship. On one of his trips he was ship wrecked and with members of his crew was thrown upon a small desert Island. For forty days they main tained life with birds' eggs and such sea food as they could get. Finally f npt. Hall and three of the crew volunteered to row to New Zealand, too miles away. In a rowboat. After a perilous trip they reached New Zealand and returned to the island in a schooner for their mates. Sad End of Family. The end of a family Is Involved In the death of Susan Schenk in the Kings Park Insane asylum at Hemp stead. L. I Wednesday, penniless and t.-.endless. Her brother Selab, who was once a prosperous lawyer. Is now In the home for aged men at 8t. John land. 84 years old, and lu the same destitute condition as his sister, wno was only 71. Neither of them had married. They were wealthy only a few years ago, but sudden misfortunes In Investment swept away their for tune. Good Effect of Laughter. Dr. James Sully, the eminent Wash Irton psychologist, claims to have proved by long observation and a se ries of mechanical experiments that society's ban against hearty laughter as "bad form" Is producing a mirthless and sour vlsaged race. People in the 'smart set." says Dr. Sully, do not latigh as their forefathers did. because bey think to do so would be quite vulgar. ' Death of Cuban Patriot. Col. Jose Criostez y Terez, who took ' l'""nlnent part in the ten year war in tuba, died on Thursday night f "ncer It. the New YVk hospital, aged years. (, BaJ been Uu,ro fl)r f)llr weeks, having given up his position In the civil court in Havana because of his illness. Aged Author Still at Work. Although UK years old. Churles J smith of Mouut Vernon. N. H Is writing a history of the town, which he expects to publish within a year Mr. Smith was an Intimate friend of President Franklin Pierce and It Is said, wrote that official's inaugural message. Louis Club Secures Champion. Tha Missouri Athletic club of St. touln has secured as director of Us new luoo.ooo gymnasium Alexander Moffert. the champion amateur swim mer of New York city. Painting Rockefeller's Portrait. ' John D. Rockefeller is having two portraits of himself painted by H Komoleky, a noted Hungarian artlsL Tha "Bert-Girl" Habit "Why," asked her anxious and ex cited mother, "do you think he Is com ing to the point at last?" "Well," the maiden replied, looking demurely down at the rue;, "when be took me in his arms and kissed me last night he said he'd got so used to me he didn't believe he could ever break himself of the habit." A Combination of Discomforts. "I see that those progressive Mexi cans get the latest weather report stamped across the envelopes of the letters they receive." "Well, it must be enough to make a man feel pessimistic to get an en velope stamped 'Continued rains and much colder,' with an unexpectedly large bill inside." Wanted the Real Thing. "Matilda!" shouted old Crawfoot. angrily, "stop pounding on that pi anny." "Ob. papa," lisped the girl In ging ham, "the paper says music will kill mosquitoes." "Well, then, why don't you play music i ' Maternal Pride. First Young Wife The photogra pher said my baby was the prettiest baby he'd ever seen. Second Young Wife That's strange. lie said tho same thing about mine. First Young Wife Well, I suppose he saw your baby before he saw mine. Neat Scheme of a Clubable Wife. "I think, ' she said, "that I have a little the best of my husband." "How is that?" "Why,' he thinks I give too much time to my clubs, so I offered to give up one of mine for every one of bis that he rvould give up." "Well?" "Well, be belongs to two and 1 be long to eight Yes, 1 think I have a little the best of him." Chicago Post Unsportsmanlike, First t hauffeur Puffer ought to be put out of the auto ';!uu. He's no true MMirtsmau. Second Chauffeur Why, what's the matter with Puffer? "He runs people down promiscu ously, without ever tooting his horn. A regular pothunter." Kansas City journal. In Kansas. "Do the Kansas farmers expect much for their money?" asked tho hat salesman. "I should say so," responded the llghtnlng rod agent. "After thev hnv a llghtnini; rod they expect you to send along a thunderstorm 6o they can test It." Chicago News, Couldn't Have Been He. Lady I'm sure you're the fame man I gave a loaf of home-made bread to yesterday. Tramp It wasn't me, madam, I never fell better in my life. Something Wrong. "It has been said," remarked the philosophical person, "that the nran who works steadily never has occa sion to worry." "The Jay who said that was nutty." rejoined the man who-was born tired. "It's working steadily that worries me." Both Sides Of It. She- It's lots of fun to flirt with a man till you get bim to propose and then say "No." He Yes, and It's lots of fun for tho man, too; but be runs an awful risk. She How's that? He Sbo might fool him aud say "Yes." It Comes Back. Fubbubs Do you really mean to say you keep a at? Backlotz Yes. Bubbubs I sbouldu't think you'd want one around the house. BackloU I don't, but the cat In sists. What He Deserved. .."Did he marry for money?" "Yes." "And did he get it?" "He did. I understand she makes him a cash allowance ot $2--. a week." Worth All He Earned. She (scornfully) 1 believe he only married ber for her money. Me (decidedly) Well, be has 'cer tainly earned It. lit s -vf In a lecture delivered at the I'r.iver sity of Chicago Editor John Temple Graves of the Atlanta News declared segregation of the negro to be the only and Inevitable solution of the race question in the United States. Absolute separation of the two races Is tho only way, according to Mr. Graves, of settling what he holds to be WAS "ELECTED TO DIE." Member of 8uicida Club Ends Hla Life in Connecticut. Whether or not solemn oaths bound Bernard Bernabuccl of Derby, Conn., to destroy himself he took bis life most calmly and deliberately. hernabuccl was forty years old, he was In good health, and he had em ployment. There seemed to be no reason why he should end bis exist ence. He told his roommate, Joseph Ksposlto, that he was one of a suicide club whose meeting place Is In Catharine street. New York. "I have been chosen," he said to Esposito. "I have been elected to die. I have sworn not to try to escape my fate at the appointed time. Indeed, It would be useless, for if I do not kill myself they of the club will kill me." The doomed mnn went to the lino of the Naugatuck railroad. Ho tried to throw himself under a passing loco motive, but it whizzed by him. Aris Ing. he explained to those around that he had stumbled and fallen. He coolly waited until a fast passengar train approached then he dived at the flying engine, fell under Its wheels auu was killed. Dog Saved Hia Life. John Hoff of Fairvinw, Pa., may thank his faithful shepherd dog that he is living to-day. There is a sand bank on Mr. Hoff's farm, and he was working there, accompanied only by his dog. Without warning a largo section of the bank tumbled down and completely hurled the farmer. The dog commenced to dig and bark fran tically above the place where his mas ter was entombed. A teamster pass ing tbat way saw the animal and has tened to his assistance. He removed a large piece ot turf and was aston ished to see the head ot a man. Mr. Hoff was released In an unconscious condition, but later revived, and will recover. 8t. Loulsan Claims Honor. Mrs. Margaret 13. Gulon, now resld Ing In St. l-ouis at the age of 90 years, claims to be tho oldest native-born resident of tbat city. She Is of French descent and for many years her family has been uoted for the longevity ot Its members, many of them having passed the century mark, Mrs. Gulon has bad twelve children, and twenty seven grandchildren are now living. To Honor Mrs. Cady 8tanton. The birthday of Mrs. Kllzabeth Cady Stanton, who, with Miss Susan 1). Anthony, surviving partner in her la bors, won as much of the advance in the legal rights ot woman as any In dividual, Is to be celebrated generally by woman suffrage associations and woman's clubs on Nov. 12. Dangerous Occupation. The sultan of Turkey employs fifteen secretaries, whose duty It is to trans late foreign books for bis delectation. If one of them happens to err and translate a book tbat la distasteful to his majesty ha is simply pitched into tha Bosporus. Not a Model. The New York woman who smoked a cigarette In bed and was sadly dis figured by the fire that followed may have been an artists' model, but aue wasn't a model for other women to pattern after. Work Twelve Hours. All mills in Japan run day and night, the change of hands being made at noon aud midnight. the most vital question before the merlean people today. "Transport the negro." Fays Mr. Graves, "to lower California, western Texas, Africa or the Philippine Is lands, and there let bim work out bis destiny alone under conditions more favorable than those which now sur. round him." SULTAN SPENDS MUCH MONEY. Hia Household Costs Thirty Million Dollars Annually. The personal expenses of Abdul Hamld, sultan of Turkey, are larger than those of any other monarch la Europe. Ho spends annually no less" a sum than $.10,000,000. Of this $7, S00.0OO alone! spent on the clothing; of the women of his harem and $100. 000 on the sultan's own wardrobe. Nearly another $7.fi00.noo is swal lowed up by present, $5,000,000 goes for pocket money and Mill another $-.000,000 for the table. It set-ma in credible that so much money can pos sibly be spent in a year by one man, but when It is remembered that some l.f-00 persons reside within the palace walls and live luxuriously and dress expensively at the cost of the civil list it appears little nu.ro comprehensi ble. Mammoth May Be Alive. Dr. J. P. Frlzzelo of San Francisco, a government employe, who has been In tho arctic regions a number of years, said recently that while he did not wish to make himself ridiculous to the scientific world by stating that at least one living specimen of the. supposedly extinct mammoth famllyt is still roaming at large on tho Ann-Mean side of the arctic regions, yet It was a fact that he had seen compara tively fresh tracks In the island of Cnlak. about four miles from the mainland. Strange Effect of Poison. Five years ago, while on a visit to Mexico. Enrl Desl. a graduate of Penn sylvania, was bitten on the thumb by an insect. His mind became affected! owing to the poison by which he waa Inoculated and he has grown worst constantly ever since until be has now become Imbecile. A singular feature, of bis case is the fact that his physical powers have not suffered the slightest impairment. Princess Willing to Work. Princess Serge Beloselsky of Rus sia, a daughter of Gen. Whlttier of tha I'nlted States army, has amazed everybody by announcing her Inten tion of going with ber husband to Si beria and living there quietly, work ing for a living until they can make enough to return aud pay their debts. The princess enjoys a high standing at the Russian court. New Memoir of Andrew Jackson. A memoir of Andrew Jackson Is In course of preparation by Rev. Dr.-J. H. Bassett, a member of the faculty of Trinity Methodist college at Dur ham, S. C, who has spent several months in Washington gathering data tor his work. Will Start at the Bottom. Franklin Farrell, Jr., the son of a Connecticut millionaire and a recent graduate of Harvard, has entered his lathers foundry at Derby with the purpose of learning the trade of a toundryman in all Its details. Marries Girl of 9. A youth of tyenty-flve waa married to a girl aged t In i suburb of Ath ens. At first the priest refused to per form the ceremony, and It waa onl when commanded by his bishop tbat be consented. Deserves Well of Stenographers. Minnie Eloise Kehoe, a stenograph er of Pensacola. has secured th en- act men t of a law providing for the ap- poiiiinicni or oltlrlal stenographers la tbe circuit courts t;f Florida.